What Is Obama's True Religion?

The freedom of religion is a fundamental liberty guaranteed to all Americans in the Constitution. I don’t have problems with any American, including the president of the United States, being Muslim. But I do have a problem if he lies about it.
Religious faith is a matter not just of soul and mind but also of the heart. There’s a good reason why Christ instructed us that the greatest commandment of all is to love God with our whole soul, our whole mind, and our whole heart. The religious believer therefore is not just a believer, he also loves his faith.
I don’t know if Obama really is a Muslim instead of Christian as he claims. All I know is that while I was watching this video of Obama speaking about Islam, I couldn’t help but think:

Has he ever spoken of Christianity in the same rapturous manner? Has he ever spoken of all the many achievements of the Judeo-Christian civilization? Has he ever waxed poetic about how the ringing of church bells was “the prettiest sound on earth” — which is how he describes the Muslim call to prayer? Would a Christian skip church at Christmas, as Obama and family did last Christmas? He was on vacation in Honolulu, Hawaii, and managed to find time to golf.


Contrast the video you just saw with this one of Obama mocking the Bible:

A final thought:
Did you know that Islam, especially Shi’ite Islam, actually contains a dispensation allowing believers to lie about their faith?
This refers to the concept of taqiyya, which means: “Concealing or disguising one’s beliefs, convictions, ideas, feelings, opinions, and/or strategies at a time of imminent danger, whether now or later in time, to save oneself from physical and/or mental injury.” Critics of Islam maintain that taqiyya sanctions the intentional concealment of one’s Islamic faith in order to gain influence and deceive so-called “enemies of Islam.” A one-word translation of taqiyya would be “dissimulation,” also called lying.
~Eowyn

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7 responses to “What Is Obama's True Religion?

  1. Steve,
    Pssssst, it’s “MORON”
    Good points though.

     
  2. Good points – that he is clearly more passionate, comfortable, and seemingly unequivocal about the glories of Islam. I have noticed in his speeches the tendency he has to come across as an outsider, as one who is speaking TO America about things that he will DO to America – to “fix” us and bring us into a glorious future.

     
  3. A little off the subject, or maybe not: Barry, Thunder-thighs, and the girls are coming to our mountains this weekend for a vacation in Asheville. Our family’s first thought was whether he would attempt to meet with Billy Graham while here. Barry tried to meet with him during the election, but a visit was denied due to Rev. Graham’s health issues. Since then, he had Palin and her family to his home for lunch. I think that Barry may try to see Graham to make himself look better to conservatives. Just a thought–I’ll bet he will attempt to meet him.

     
  4. First of all, I’m a jew. Second of all, I’ve heard the call to prayer, and when it fills up a city (Istanbul), it is quite possibly the most beautiful thing you’ve ever heard. Check it out sometime if you ever visit another continent!
    Also, on the subject of VIOLANCE IN RELIGIOUS TEXT, pretty much all the judeo-christian bibles have it. God kills lots of people (like…millions!) directly. Christians have killed in the name of christ for some time now. Let’s not lump all muslims into the same pot just because there are some extremists, the same way we shouldn’t lump all christians together because there are some extremists that want to kill rather than spread Christ’s messages of peace, non-violence and forgiveness. ” Everyone makes the mistake of categorizing people, even the great Ghandi, who said “I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.” Nobody is perfect, can’t we all just get along?

     
    • Matt,
      Do you always barge onto a blog and open your big mouth without even bothering to read the posts and the comments? No one on this blog, Christian or otherwise, has advocated or committed violence. So you are preaching “Can’t we get along” to the wrong people.
      You really should try casting your “pearls of wisdom” to Nidal Hasan, who massacred 13 and wounded 30 in Fort Hood, or underwear bomber Abdul Muttalab, who tried to blow up a passenger plane last Christmas Day.

       
    • Matt–how well did you do on Friday spelling tests in elementary school? Did you make it to college, and did you take freshman English Comp? Just curious.

       

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